Site Of Special Scientific Interest

Epping Forest offers a wide range of habitats to a diverse collection of wildlife and for this reason, it has been awarded the status of Site of Special Scientific Interest. The trees within the forest are notable for being treated with pollarding. Pollarding is a particular system of pruning in which the higher reaches for a tree are taken away, causing the branches and leaves to become dense. Traditionally in Europe and in particular from the Medieval period, trees were pollarded in order to provide food for livestock and to provide wood for fires and construction.

As the trees within the Epping Forest have not been cut for years, they have grown into an unusual appearance, not really seen commonly in other forests. However, the dense crowns of the trees have restricted most of the light available to the area underneath, resulting in regions which previously were grassland and heath, being transformed into woodland.

Mountain Biking And Horse Riding In The Forest

Mountain biking is popular within Epping Forest and is used as a training ground for high level competition bikers. What is more, the Forest was considered as a venue for the 2012 Summer Olympics mountain biking competition. Horse riding is another popular recreation event that is facilitated by the Forest. In order to take a horse within the Forest, riders must have registered with the Epping Forest conservators.

Accident Advice Helpline And Claims in Epping Forest

If you live near to Epping Forest and have been injured in an accident you may be entitled to Claims in Epping Forest. As long as the accident was not your fault and occurred within the last 3 years, Accident Advice Helpline may be able to assist you with your Claims in Epping Forest process. To find out more information about Accident Advice Helpline’s fantastic personal injury compensation Claims in Epping Forest service, get in touch today.

Esther Rantzen Consumer Queen Endorses Accident Advice Helpline

It can be difficult to choose the right claims company for your injuries compensation. There are so many to choose from so how do you know who to turn to in your hour of need? Well, Esther Rantzen who is well known throughout the UK for her consumer championing endorses the Claims in Epping Forest service offered by Accident Advice Helpline. For as she says: ‘If you call Accident Advice Helpline, I promise you will receive free advice, that no money is required to make a claim and no win no fee* means exactly that.’

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With Accident Advice Helpline you will receive an amazing 100% no win no fee* compensation guarantee and what is even better, you do not have to provide us with any money up front to start your claims process off. So you can contact Accident Advice Helpline right away.

If you want to discuss your claim in more detail with an adviser then dial 0800 689 0500 from your land line, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.

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